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Calendar, Night&Day <i>I&#146;ve Loved You So Long</i>

I’ve Loved You So Long

As Juliette, a Frenchwoman newly released from prison, Kristin Scott Thomas is so relentless unbending, so full of necessary enigma that she almost had me believing Philippe Claudel’s domestic drama had something brave to say about mothers who murder their…
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Film, Monster Mom

Monster Mom

Kristin Scott Thomas has gotten so locked into playing tragic victims or frigid grandes dames that few remember the actress got her big break as a wistfully amused friend in Mike Newell's Four Weddings and a Funeral, or that she…
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Film, Zoom Lens ZOOM LENS


The Jewish Film Festival has always been uncommonly enthusiastic about younger filmmakers, recognizing that even their occasionally fumbling explorations of contemporary Jewish life are nonetheless essential to furthering a post-Holocaust, post-Zionist identity. As a side benefit, plenty of Gen Next…
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The Wounds of a Friend

In telling the story of a friendship between two young Frenchwomen, Mina Tannenbaum tells the story of all friendships. A friendship is a living thing that reflects the quality of care it's given and the temper of the times --…
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